Shorten to the point

“We will create an extra 200,000 university places over the next decade, so more kids from the regions, the suburbs and working class backgrounds can get the chance to go to universities without relying on rich parents,” Bill Shorten at the NSW Labor Conference yesterday. The  Opposition Leader did not talk much about education and training and what he promised is not the same as restoring the demand driven system. But his deputy Tanya Plibersek is always adamant it will happen


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